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PC Principle

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yes, I know, I posted the data.
11,008 murders vs. 464 legal interventions.
People killed by accidental discharge of weapons = 461.

23 children under the age of 4 killed by accidental discharge of firearm.
52 children under the age of 4 murdered by firearms.
What's your actual point and what's your solution?
 

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A guy out on parole, which means that it was illegal for him to be in possession of a firearm.

We're back to the enforcement thing again.

Law enforcement need to be incentivized - whether that means more money thrown at them, or having money withheld - to crack down on illegally held weapons.
 

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What's your actual point and what's your solution?
My point
Jurisdictions that have liberal gun control policy have higher incidents of gun death/crime.

Solution
Start having an honest discussion on consequence of liberal gun control policy.
 
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My point
Jurisdictions that have liberal gun control policy have higher incidents of gun death/crime.

Solution
Start having an honest discussion on consequence of liberal gun control policy.
Might be better, and more realistic to have an honest discussion about why some laws are enforced, while others seem not to be.
 

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Has there ever been a civilian mass shooting in Ireland?
 

PC Principle

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My point
Jurisdictions that have liberal gun control policy have higher incidents of gun death/crime.

Solution
Start having an honest discussion on consequence of liberal gun control policy.
Chicago has the strictest gun control laws and has the highest gun deaths.

If you don't mention or include mental health in this debate you are simple chatting Shît and not being honest.

The USA needs better care for the mentally ill. Too many not being looked after.
 

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Has there ever been a civilian mass shooting in Ireland?
Yeah, 18 shots fired just tonight in Lansdowne Road by some Danish gang, I believe 5 were on target and 11 Irish beta-male cucks got slaughtered. Many witnesses were seen crying. A very regular occurrence apparently in that part of Dublin

There was another one in Croke Park by the Black and Tans years ago.

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tribade

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Some Danish loons hit some Irish up just tonight.

5-1.

There was another one in Croke Park by the Black and Tans years ago.
Never knew the Black and Tans were civilians
 

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Chicago has the strictest gun control laws and has the highest gun deaths.

If you don't mention or include mental health in this debate you are simple chatting Shît and not being honest.

The USA needs better care for the mentally ill. Too many not being looked after.
Why are people with mental health problems allowed to buy guns in the US?

Same question for people with convictions for domestic abuse.
 

PC Principle

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A major problem is catching and diagnosing mental illness and reporting it before they buy guns.

The Texas church shooter had guns because the Airforce screwed up the administration process.

Gross neglect.
 

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Perhaps Ireland North and South should have banned bombs a few years ago.

Enniskillen anyone? And the rest.

People in glass houses.....remember your recent history and shut the fûck up.
 
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Perhaps Ireland North and South should have banned bombs a few years ago.

Enniskillen anyone? And the rest.

People in glass houses.....remember your recent history and shut the fûck up.
You are aware of the difference between civil unrest and some gobshyte losing the plot and shooting the place up? That's right, of course you are...
 

Gin Soaked

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Perhaps Ireland North and South should have banned bombs a few years ago.

Enniskillen anyone? And the rest.

People in glass houses.....remember your recent history and shut the fûck up.
The terrorism then was roundly condemned and took place in a legal and security environment where both state's had huge powers to deal with the murderous scum.

There was no handwringing about the constitutional right to conduct tribal slaughter...

Back then supporting SF was akin to admitting bestiality.
 

johnnypockets

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The terrorism then was roundly condemned and took place in a legal and security environment where both state's had huge powers to deal with the murderous scum.

There was no handwringing about the constitutional right to conduct tribal slaughter...

Back then supporting SF was akin to admitting bestiality.
Leave the NRA alone. It doesn't have the same clout over here and its a bit testy. :lol:
 

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